Sri Lanka Police Anticipate Protest Against Deal With China

Sri Lanka Police Anticipate Protest Against Deal With China

On Jan. 6, 2017, Sri Lanka police officials announced that they would anticipate a protest against the motion to move forward negotiating a deal that allows China to rentĀ a major seaport vital to Sri Lanka’s natives. TheĀ inauguration for Ranil Wickremesinghe, Sri Lanka’s Prime Minister, is at the seaport where police officials anticipate the protest on […]

Pentagon Redistributes Enlistment Bonuses to Veterans in California [Update]

Pentagon Redistributes Enlistment Bonuses to Veterans in California [Update]

On Tuesday, Jan. 3, 2017, the Pentagon released a statement stating the government will reissue enlistment bonuses to over 16,000 veterans in California. Ash Carter, Defense Secretary, proclaimed that payments dispersed to those who served in Afghanistan and Iraq throughout the Bush Administration between 2006 and 2010, were generated in error. In a 2010, audit, […]

Chicago Ramps Up Policy Enforcing Body Cameras

Chicago Ramps Up Policy Enforcing Body Cameras

On Dec. 28, 2016, Rahm Emanuel, Chicago’s mayor, announced that the city would ramp up the policy enforcing body cameras to increase the trust between police officers and the community. The Chicago Department of Justice has launched an investigation regarding a young black teen being shot at least 15 times by police officers in 2015, […]